Meet Jeff Anderson

A leader in real estate Minneapolis, St. Paul and surrounding suburbs.

Jeff Anderson

Meet Jeff Anderson



Jeff has been in the real estate business for over three decades, and in that time has had the pleasure of helping thousands of people buy and sell their home. Some of his accomplishments in real estate include being ranked in the top 250 in sales in the nation for residential real estate, top five in Minnesota, RE/MAX Chairman’s Club member and Minnesota Super-Agent award recipient.

What he also finds extremely rewarding is the work he does to help veterans and children. He is one of the founders of Tee it up for the Troops as well as a the current Chairman of the Board. They have raised over 15 million dollars to help troops, veterans, and their families over the last 19 years. As the co-founder and co-chair of St. Jude Fall Festival of Hope, he helped raise over five million dollars to help children who suffer from catastrophic illnesses.

“My passion runs deep to help individuals and families with buying or selling a house or those charities and individuals who need our help.”


  • Ranked in the top 250 in sales nationwide (
  • Top 5 RE/Max Agents in Minnesota.
  • RE/MAX Results – highest producing agents in the USA

Accomplishments & Awards

  • Chairman’s Club award winner – RE/MAX
  • Hall of Fame award – RE/MAX
  • Rated “Super Agent” by Mpls/St Paul Magazine
  • B.A., Univeristy of Minnesota (economics)

Technology & Innovation

Proven Results

  • Sold over 4000 homes
  • Top 1% in real estate sales nationwide since 1986
  • Highest ever first-year producer for Edina Realty in 1986

Community & Industry

  • Board member current Chairman of Tee it up for the Troops
  • Co-chair & Co-founder of St Jude’s Fall Festival of Hope charity
  • Former Agent Advisory Counsel member for Board of Realtors

What is Success?


“To laugh often and much, to win the respect of intelligent people and the affection of children, to earn the appreciation of honest critics and endure the betrayal of false friends, to appreciate beauty, to find the best in others, to leave the world a bit better, whether by a child, a garden patch, or a redeemed social condition, to know even on life has breathed easier because you have lived. This is to have succeeded.”


-Ralph Waldo Emerson.